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Myths and Facts about Hearing Aids:
Myth: Hearing aids restore hearing to normal just as an eyeglass prescription can restore vision to 20/20.
Fact: Hearing aids do not restore hearing to “normal.” Hearing aids do not “cure” your hearing loss, but they provide benefit and improvement in communication. They can improve your hearing and listening abilities, and they can substantially improve your quality of life.
Myth: A hearing aid will damage your hearing.
Fact: A properly fitted and maintained hearing aid will not damage your hearing.
Myth: A milder hearing loss is not bad enough for a hearing aid.
Fact: Everyone's hearing loss and listening needs are different. By working with your audiologist, you can determine if a hearing aid is needed and how much it will improve your hearing.
Myth: Wearing two hearing aids is not necessary.
Fact: We normally hear with two ears. Binaural (two-eared) hearing helps us localize sounds, assists us in noisy settings, and provides natural sound quality.

An audiogram is the standard test to measure and understand a person’s hearing loss. An audiogram is a graph that shows the softest sounds a person can hear at different pitches or frequencies. Each sound a person hears has a different pitch and loudness. An audiogram can specifically tell you what frequencies and pitches you have trouble with, and what sound levels you hear well.
Although the audiogram might look confusing to you, a hearing specialist can determine your type of hearing loss very easily. Hearing specialists use their knowledge of hearing loss, to determine if certain hearing aids will work better for your hearing loss than others. Every person’s audiogram is slightly different, and small variations are considered normal. However, larger variations indicate hearing impairment.
Audiograms are produced using a piece of test equipment called an audiometer. The device allows different frequencies to be presented to the patient, usually over calibrated headphones.

Listening with both ears is required to support speech and language learning. It is also necessary for a child’s safety because it helps them know from what way sounds are coming. Two hearing device usually will be recommended, even if a child has different amounts of hearing loss in each ear.

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Cigarette Smoking and Hearing Loss -
The study revealed that people who smoke are almost twice as likely as nonsmokers to develop hearing loss. Also, those nonsmoking participants who lived with a smoker were more likely to have a hearing loss than those who were not exposed.
Along with several other studies, has tied smoking to increased risk of hearing loss in humans. Nicotine and carbon monoxide may actually deplete oxygen levels in the cochlea (the auditory portion of the inner ear), which is bathed in fluids and blood supply. Like any part of the body, if oxygen is depleted, tissue damage can occur.

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Cleaning your hearing aid is almost as important as your hearing itself. The dirtier you allow your hearing aid to get the less effective it will be in helping you hear.
In order to keep the small circuitry inside your hearing aid in good working condition you should clean the hearing aid on a regular basis. A proper cleaning should not take much time, but does require some delicacy. Cleaning your hearing aid regularly will prolong the life of the hearing aid, ensure you are hearing your best and protect you from ear infections.
Most of the hearing aids important components are located within the shell, protecting the tiny computer from daily wear and tear. However, the microphone, ports, vents and crevices can become clogged with earwax, hair, dirt and anything else small enough to fit inside your ear.
It is good practice to quickly look over your device each day when you put it on to make sure there is no visible wax or debris. Earwax is the most common cleanliness problem with hearing aids. Some people produce more earwax than others and in turn will have to clean their hearing aids more often. Depending on the make and model of your hearing aid the cleaning process will differ, but generally speaking always be sure your hands are clean and dry and utilize a soft cloth with an approved cleaning agent. Remember it is an electronic device, so it should not get wet. Do not attempt to clean you hearing aid with water or let the device become too saturated with a cleaning agent. Some hearing aids will require the use of cleaning tools, like a small brush to get into hard to reach places.
Though you should take certain precautions, cleaning your hearing aid is not difficult and should not take much of your time. Spending a few minutes a day cleaning your device could save you thousands in costly repairs in the long run.


Listening with both ears is required to support speech and language learning. It is also necessary for a child’s safety because it helps them know from what way sounds are coming. Two hearing device usually will be recommended, even if a child has different amounts of hearing loss in each ear.

Ten fun facts about your hearing:
1. The smallest bones are the ossicles in the middle ear: the incus, the malleus, and the stapes (also called the anvil, hammer, and stirrup).
2. The inner ear is no larger than a pencil eraser in circumference.
3. Your sense of hearing is dependent upon tiny hairs deep inside your ear. If you lose these hairs, you lose your hearing.
4. You do not need to clean wax out of your ears unless you have an abnormal condition. Ears push excess wax out as needed.
5. The majority of individuals suffering from hearing loss are under the age of 65.
6. The number one cause of hearing loss is exposure to excessively loud sounds (85 decibels or higher).
7. Your hearing can be damaged permanently even after a single incident of exposure to extremely loud noise (shotgun blast, explosion, etc.).
8. Your ears never stop hearing, even when you sleep. Your brain just ignores incoming sounds.
9. Your ears are more than just necessary for hearing; they also help you keep your balance.
10. Not all living creatures hear with ears. Snakes use jawbones, fish respond to pressure changes, and male mosquitoes use antennae.

Online Superstore is located throughout central, south and west of Delhi . We offer patients a complete line of hearing instruments from low priced starter aids to state of the art multi channel digital hearing instruments. We provide in home services throughout Delhi and NCR region. We are available to answer any questions you or your family members may have regarding your loss. There are no charges for the exams, follow up cleaning, or check ups.It is our mission to make professional hearing services as convenient as possible for our patients. Our services are available even for those on fixed or low incomes. If you are currently wearing aids, regardless of what brand they are, we will inspect and clean your hearing aids at no charge, arrange for repair service if necessary, and provide you with a package of fresh batteries for your aids at reasonable prices. Hearing Aids Delhi can provide many options to deal with your hearing loss, including our complete line of digital, programmable, and conventional hearing aids. We carry a full line of  Phonak, ReSound, Alps, Oticon, Widex, Bernafone, Siemens and Starkey products.
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